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How should Christians handle grief?

He didn’t suffer so we wouldn’t have to, He suffered so we would know how to. – Chris Stefanick Turning the calendar from October to November is a special time for Catholics. We honor all the Saints known only to God who went before us in the faith, and we solemnly remember those who have died in the hope of rising again. The feasts of All Saints Day (Nov. 1) and All Souls Day (Nov. 2) are a perfect time to reflect on grief. For me, this time is a reminder of my own grief. My grandmother passed away in October 2014. On the first day of November, I helped escort her to her final resting place in Greenville, S.C. Three years later, it still hurts to not have her with us. But three years later,

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